The sequel to "Jurassic World" will hit the big screens in 2018, with several changes in the original plot line, and one of them could focus on chief geneticist Dr Henry Wu (B D Wong), who escaped from Isla Nublar towards the end of the latest hit.

While followers of the "Jurassic Park" franchise are waiting for Wu's next move, cast member Wong teased that his character would have a bigger role in the upcoming sequel and might even meet his demise.

"You never know what's going to happen in that helicopter. It could just crash or something like that, and then that's it, the end of it, and they don't pick up with someone else. But yeah, I could see that. I would think that would be really fun. It would be fun to have a great death. Might as well go for it: Ask for a great death if you're going to be the villain! And I don't see why not. I have no knowledge other than that, but I can't see why not," he told Comic Book Resources.

Although the ambitious scientist has lot of ideas on his mind on how to utilise the dinosaurs for the benefit of mankind, it remains to be seen if he succeeds in executing his plans in "Jurassic World 2".

Meanwhile, actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who portrayed operations manager Claire Dearing in "Jurassic World", recently spoke about a few changes to her character and revealed that viewers would not get to watch her in high heels in the next sequel, according to Collider.

The 34-year-old even teased that followers of "Jurassic Park" can expect some of the original characters in the next flick. "I could see versions of the film where a lot of the characters come back, and as a fan of the franchise, I would be totally stoked on that. I get like any person who was a fan of the first film. I get such a rush at the possibility of characters coming back," Movie Pilot quoted her as saying.

So, dinosaur fans may get to watch their favourite actors such as Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill and Laura Dern reprise their roles as Ian Malcolm, Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler in the sequel to "Jurassic World".